I have some pointers for people struggling with their weight-loss program. With just a couple adjustments you will be able to get your program and your weight back on track. You’re going to start burning off more flab and shedding pounds once again. I’m going to try to spare you all the superfluous details that other articles might contain. I mean, you don’t need to know too much here: you need to find out how to give your weight control efforts a kick in the pants.
It’s understandable to get discouraged and even frustrated when you put in a lot of effort but don’t get any results. Don’t get obsessed over details. Often that’s what people do when they see that their weight program is failing them.
Adding extra workouts, re-sorting your diet, and adding in supplements in desperate efforts isn’t the way to proceed. If you want to have a beach-body, you’re going to go in the wrong direction if you’re adding aerobics and obsessing with nutritional details.
The number one thing to keep in mind is to be consistent in your committment to the basics.
By working on the base level, you are going to achieve the vast majority of your results. You need to stop adding new fancy tricks to your life and get back to what you know works.
Tip One: You have to reduce your cardiovascular activity. You should know this already: cardio isn’t where you will find your progress in weight control.
Tip Two: Return to your fundamentally sound eating plan. Focus on what you used to focus on: reduced sugars, increased fiber, carbs, low fat protein, and the healthy kind of fat. If you’ve taken up useless low-card practices or other dietery plans that weren’t part of your original plan, you need to get rid of them now.
Dr. Michael Allen
Fitness Instructor & Fat Loss Factor Founder